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The key here is to get a large fresh Guanabana (Annona Muricata), also known as Graviola, Brazilian Cherimoya, Catoche…
(WHITE, SLIMY, MEATY WITH LARGE BLACK SEED IN EACH SACK)
– First you need to mash and percolate about 2 oz of the slimy meat, no seeds!
1.5 oz Casa Noble Crystal
2 small spearmint leaves
juice of half a lime
Blend with enough ice for about 40 seconds until slush is uniform.
Garnish with a Spearmint leave.
Hibiscus (Jamaica) Margarita
4oz of chilled Agua de Jamaica (Hibiscus Water, recipe below)
2oz of Casa Noble Tequila
1/2oz Agave Syrup
Juice from 1 lime
lime wedge for garnish
– Pour the Hibiscus Water, tequila Casa Noble, agave syrup and lime juice into a chilled cocktail shaker filled with ice.
– Shake well.
– Strain into a chilled into a old fashion glass.
Garnish with a lime wedge.
Agua de Jamaica (Hibiscus Water):
2 cups (2 oz) jamaica flowers
3/4 cup granulated sugar (more if desired)
6 cups water
– Bring the water to a boil.
– Add the flowers and sugar and stir continuously while the mixture boils for one minute.
– Pour into a noncorrosive bowl and steep for 2 hours. *Note- this flower will stain so do not use a bowl that will stain.
– Strain the mixture through a sieve, pressing on the flower solids to extract as much liquid as possible.
– Taste for strength and sweetness. If it is too potent, add water. If it is too tart, add sugar.
– Cover and refrigerate until time to serve.
Cup of ice
3 Ounces Casa Noble Crystal or Reposado if you want a bit more tangy results
1 ounce Agave Syrup
2 tablespoons lime juice (or sour orange if you have available)
4 oz. Tamarindo pulp
– Place everything into a blender and blend until desired smoothness.
– For the rim: mix kosher salt and chile piquin powder, and a bit of brown sugar.
– When the Tamarindo pulp is natural and unsweetened, adjust with more ice and agave syrup.